Scope Of Campaign Financing In The 1972 Elections

February 1974
Congressional Digest;Feb74, Vol. 53 Issue 2, p39
Cites the campaign financing scope during the 1972 elections. Division of the campaign expenditures into four areas of the Federal office; Use of funds on the presidential nomination and election process of both the Nixon Administration and the Democratic representatives; Funds for party and delegate expenses in connection with national party conventions; Amount used by congressional candidates and primary election losers.


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